Just Dance 2021 Hits Next Gen Consoles A Little Later

Those looking to get their dance on using their PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S might have to wait a little bit. That’s because Just Dance 2021 will be hitting the next-gen consoles a little after it comes to their predecessors. Ubisoft announced that the release date for Just Dance 2021 on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S is November 24.

For reference, Just Dance 2021 comes to Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox One, and Google Stadia on November 12. That also happens to be the day PS5 is coming out, and two days after Xbox Series X|S hits shelves (or just gets delivered to your door).

It seems a little strange that Ubisoft isn’t having the game release on all platforms at the same time. Perhaps there were technical difficulties with the ports, or it didn’t want to confuse audiences by having so many versions of the game available at launch. Many developers, including one David Cage, feel that Xbox’s many different variations will confuse consumers.

Good news for dancers that plan to live on the edge of console generations – Just Dance 2021’s PS4 disc will work on PS5. Those who got it on Xbox One will be able to download it on Xbox Series X|S for free. This only leaves out those who get the PS5 Digital Edition. So (mostly) everyone still has a way to play at launch.

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